Light modifiers are essential parts of video production lighting. You must know every light modifier available to ensure you have control over your lighting
Day for night shooting is a staple of the filming industry, allowing productions to cut costs and film night scenes during the day.
In a nutshell Color temperature measures the color of light, existing on a scale between a lit match (1700 K) and skylight (10,000 K)The most common light sources are daylight (5600 K) and indoor tungsten (3200 K)The lower your light is on the kelvin scale, the redder it looks; alternatively,...
The best ways to make a production look pro is to use the right type of lights at the right time — though this is easier said than done.
Understanding film lighting tools and techniques is essential to making great film and video.
Every successful project needs a talented gaffer working at the helm of the electrical department. Here is why gaffers are so important.
There's an old axiom in the art world: A good artist is the master of their tools. A great artist is the master of their medium. As filmmakers, one of our mediums is light. Understanding film lighting is essential. No matter how brilliant the performer, no matter how perfect...
This video is all about light types for video and film.You’ll learn about Tungsten, LED, Fluorescent and HMI lights. We will also cover Soft, Fresnel, Flood, PAR and Practical lights. With this information, we hope you’re able to choose the best light for whatever job you are trying to get...
Low-key lighting is a great lighting technique every videographer should have in their arsenal. Here we'll define what it is and how you can use it.
It’s important to know what high-key lighting is and how you can use it to add depth to your film’s atmosphere and style. Here's what you need to know.